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NDGOP Chairman Apologizes To Party Leadership, Elected Leaders For Oil Regulation Comments

NDGOP Chairman Apologizes To Party Leadership, Elected Leaders For Oil Regulation Comments

Over the weekend I obtained an email sent out by North Dakota Republican Party Chairman Bob Harms to the NDGOP executive committee as well as Republican statewide elected leaders (which is all of them) and the Senate and House majority leaders. In the email, Harms apologizes for the appearance that his comments about slowing down

Audio: NDGOP Chairman Explains Oil Comments, Says Lobbying Activities Is "Absolutely" A Conflict Of Interest

Yesterday a CNBC article quoting North Dakota Republican Party Chairman Robert Harms calling for as slowdown in oil development raised a lot of eyebrows. I got Harms on the phone yesterday evening and recorded an interview with him talking about the issue. You can listen to the whole thing above, but here are some of

Slow Down Oil Development Says…Head Of The North Dakota Republican Party? UPDATE: Lobbies For Enviro Group

I’ve been getting email all morning – praise and gloating from liberal readers, and puzzlement from conservative readers – about this CNBC article quoting NDGOP Chairman Robert Harms calling for a slowdown in oil production in North Dakota: A prominent North Dakota Republican has called for a slowdown in the state’s oil production boom following

North Dakota PSC Approves Pipeline That Would Take 825 Trucks A Day Off The Roads

After the explosive train derailment in Casselton, oil transportation is much on the minds of North Dakotans. Even before train derailments were in the public’s consciousness, highway traffic was a big concern. By way of illustrating just how big an impact even a relatively small pipeline project can have, consider the Bakken Oil Express project

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